In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(meal/pizza) para llevar(restaurant) de comida para llevar
1comida preparada femininewhat do you say we have takeout tonight? — ¿qué te parece si compramos algo hecho para cenar?
- The phone rang just as the Kunkels started eating their Chinese takeout.
- From the takeout near Durango, teams would bike, trek, and rappel roughly 55 miles back to Telluride.
- Problem is, Aimes messed up the map, putting the Chinese takeout in the wrong location and placing Sigel and Speller clear over on the other side of the intersection.
- They have popped up in exurban strip malls and on the decaying streets of former industrial centers in the Midwest: buffets, takeouts.
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